Tribute to the first president of Brazil, in power from 1889 to 1891.
The Brazilian National Park was created in 1939, has a 1,2 km trail and 185 thousand hectares.
Tribute to the founding general of the Brazilian Republic in 1891.
Iguazu Falls is a World Heritage Site, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Located in the Iguazu National Park, on the Iguazu River between Brazil and Argentina, it has 275 falls. The total park (Brazil and Argentina) has 252 thousand hectares. In the Brazilian park there are boat and helicopter rides.
Tribute to the Argentine President Juan Domingo Péron, between 1946-1955 and 1973-1974 that obtained great social conquests for the argentinean population.
Tribute to President Bartolomé Miter, 1862-1868, who defended Argentina in the Paraguayan War and the union of the country.
The Argentine park was created in 1934, with 67 thousand hectares, today has 7 km of trails and access to the Devil's Throat.